Governance in Global Health: Achieving Impact and Sustainability through Integrated Community Case Management - Shared screen with speaker view
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Indeed some of us have been championing iCCM for over 15 years. Why haven't we seen the anticipated success of iCCM in better access to timely care and reduction of mortality in target populations?
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QUESTION: What were the sources of data available for your assessments in 47 countries?
Here is the link to the manuscript published on this work: https://gh.bmj.com/content/bmjgh/6/3/e003257.full.pdf
As far as I can recall there are three strands for iccm, sick child, newborn care, early child dev and nutrition. Which strand had most acceptability and impact?
response to Dyness question. we have not seen the anticipated success of iCCM for mainly two reasons: a) lack of solid evidence of impact on mortality (nearly impossible to provide given it would need a randomised trial, which would have major ethical problems): b) still unresolved problem of how to remunerate/motivate CHWs (volunteers vs. employees), hence uncertain sustainability
The four key challenges in iCCM governance certainly resonate with our experience and observations in many countries and require continued attention.
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Were you able to get disaggregated data: are any countries going down to the district level (or health zone) of where CHWs are active?
engaging families must be seen as integral to internal collaboration for access to services and uptake is Important
the four main themes highlighted in the paper could very well speak to overall community health programs and they were also highlighted in the Institutionalizing Community Health Conference earlier this year.
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Great presentation.Kudos Dr Koya.